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Lake Latitude Longitude Community Rating (Votes)
Kibbie Lake 38.05305 -119.84542
5 (3)
Hidden Valley Lake 38.81025 -122.56398
5 (1)
Jennie Lake 36.68008 -118.76566
5 (1)
No Fishing Allowed - Bouquet Reservoir - No Fishing Allowed 34.58445 -118.37663
5 (1)
Coburn Lake 39.55954 -120.4532
5 (1)
Pacoima Reservoir 34.33517 -118.39524
5 (1)
Una Lake 34.54953 -118.11135
5 (1)
Simas Lake 36.9979 -121.73961
5 (1)
Senator Wash 32.9154 -114.47276
5 (1)
White Rock Lake 39.41926 -120.38401
5 (1)
Gumboot Lake 41.2111 -122.51053
5 (1)
Ewing Reservoir 40.56512 -123.16471
5 (1)
Sugar Lake 41.2975 -122.94081
5 (1)
Chatsworth Reservoir 34.23275 -118.62722
5 (1)
White Pines Lake 38.26868 -120.34175
5 (1)
Winchester Lake 38.43807 -121.55526
5 (1)
Lake Juanita 41.8148 -122.12517
5 (1)
Lake Putt 39.28947 -120.68753
5 (1)
Copper Basin Reservo 34.28715 -114.22959
5 (1)
Munz Lake 34.67216 -118.4326
5 (1)
Cecile Lake 37.66419 -119.16694
5 (1)
Grass Valley Lake 34.26134 -117.2187
5 (1)
Butt Valley Reservoi 40.14519 -121.16645
5 (1)
Encino Reservoir 34.14499 -118.5147
5 (1)
Bridgeport Lake 38.29465 -119.23309
5 (1)
November 2nd, 2017 - Lake Kaweah
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 3 Water Temperature : 69
Bass bite is good. Feeding and preparing for winter, moving shallow fallowing bait fish. Hitting on crank bait, top water, jigs, swim baits.
October 23rd, 2017 - Sugar Pine Reservoir
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 0 Water Temperature : 59
Yesturday from 3 clock one after another power bait chease
October 22nd, 2017 - Big Tujunga Dam
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 0 Water Temperature : 77
Impossible, you cant even ****ing fish there
October 11th, 2017 - Stumpy Meadows Lake
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 4 Water Temperature : 0
Went Fishing at Stumpy Meadows today caught 5 fish and released 5 fish. Covered in Parasites, Don't know what is going on here but they were really bad..
September 28th, 2017 - Hollenbeck Park Lake
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 0 Water Temperature : 68
Green sunfish
September 15th, 2017 - Whiskeytown Lake
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 2 Water Temperature : 75
Spent the day out on Monday September 11th on my kayak. Fish were out in about 10-20 feet. Responded well to senkos and trick worms in shades of green. Had a few dozen bites, catching more than a dozen nice fish all in the 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 pound range. While I could not get the larger ones to bite, I could see down to 20+ feet and watched multiple fish over 10 pounds follow my bait. A good day fishing!
August 31st, 2017 - Concow Reservoir
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 1 Water Temperature : 0
Yeah, i got a 5 lb. sturgeon there. hell of a fighter !
August 8th, 2017 - Sugar Pine Reservoir
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 5 Water Temperature : 71
Went on 8/7/17. We were fishing for trout from shore using powerbait. We used salmon peach and garlic,the salmon peach was being more productive. 4 people came with us and we all caught limits
August 6th, 2017 - Lake Combie
Report By : CatchTracker User Fishing Rating : 4 Water Temperature : 83
Absolutely great, I reccomend wacky rigging a senko with no weight and just letting it sink under the docks, my only problem is the grass is a little high which leads to a bit of snags here and there. Other than that the fish are good sized and great.
August 3rd, 2017 - Lake Combie
Report By : Guest Fishing Rating : 4 Water Temperature : 0
excellent fishing from shore; best bait was a plastic "worm" that I used a weighted hook for. Cast out and bring in at a medium speed, avoiding picking up the grass on the bottom.....if too much grass, reel in faster. Caught several 12-17" Bass, tossed back 4 smaller ones. Sun comes up early, 6:15a, still had good luck in the early am. Best evening was 7:30-9:00p. our biggest fish, 17", was caught under our small dock!!! When returning from a boat fishing trip about 10:00a, we saw it peek out, one drop of the worm and it was hooked...... also did well with a small plastic "wiggling" fish, used a bobber to keep it off of the bottom. enjoy
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